About Star Trek: Alien Domain
Star Trek: Alien Domain is a free-to-play sci-fi strategy Game played in a web browser. The Game features a new Star Trek Story , dozens of new starships and alien species. Players join one of two factions (Klingon or Federation) and journey through fluidic space to build the strongest fleet and defeat their enemies.
It has been many years since the return of the USS Voyager and the galaxy was first introduced to the extradimensional realm of fluidic space. Species 8472, the violent, xenophobic beings indigenous to fluidic space, returned to their realm after forming an uneasy truce with Starfleet and the Voyager crew, who had turned over one of their nanoprobe warheads as a show of good faith.
Not convinced the truce would last, the Federation and Klingon Empire secretly began researching and evaluating the potential future threat posed by 8472. During this intense period of research, one of Starfleet’s new Fluidic Research Centers detected a strange anomaly within the Alpha Quadrant, similar to the rifts previously created by Species 8472.
- In the beginning, players will find themselves next to a fluidic system located within fluidic space. This system and other systems are contained within a fluidic sector. There are a total of 21 sectors in this area of fluidic space. Within a system, there are multiple planetoids to explore. From smallest to largest, fluidic space consists of: Planetoids -> Fluidic Systems -> Fluidic Sectors -> Fluidic Realm
- Fluidic System Travel: Players will encounter various creatures in the fluidic systems, explore new systems, and engage in combat scenarios with opponents. In unlocked systems, players can move freely.
- Fluidic Sector Travel: Players must unlock all of the fluidic systems in one sector before traveling to the next one. Between sectors are channels that connect them to each other. Players travel between the sectors via these channels.
Equipment & Classes And/Or How To Play:
Star Trek: Alien Domain is an online browser game and should run smoothly on practically any PC with a updated web-browser.